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Comic 83 - Acceptance, Page 1
8th Sep 2014, 5:18 AM
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Setbacks and Promises
So Much More Than Cute
Retro-Raid Ulduar Achievement Night
A Slight Complication
An Obvious Answer
Shouldn't Have Asked
Proto-Drake Breath Weapon Special Effects Test
Behind the Scenes
Pisella's Pie Festival
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Sticking To What Works
Interview With Sparcle
A New Look?
Interview With Tridyna
Interview With Helayne
Interview With Trigonometry
Interview With Arugadh
No Pandering Here
Winter Veil Caroling
What Is A Year?
Alterac Valley, Part One
Alterac Valley, Part Two
Alterac Valley, Part Three
Alterac Valley, Part Four
Alterac Valley, Part Five
Alterac Valley, Part Six
Alterac Valley, Part Seven
Alterac Valley, Part Eight
Alterac Valley, Part Nine
Alterac Valley, Part Ten
Special Effects - Water
Before and After
Firelands, Part One
Firelands, Part Two
Firelands, Part Three
Firelands, Part Four
2014 April Fool's Special!
Trigonometry Interview, Part One
One of Our Own
Trigonometry Interview, Part Two
Trigonometry Interview, Part Three
Trigonometry Interview, Part Four
New Dyna, Old Dyna. Part One
New Dyna, Old Dyna. Part Two
A Question of Pragmatism, Part One
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Two
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Three
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Four
Rug Goes Shopping
The Culling of Stratholme
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Five
Have You Ever Wondered?
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Six
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Seven
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Eight
Intimidation, My Ass!
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Nine
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Ten
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Eleven
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Twelve
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Thirteen
We Need to Talk
RP Night at the Blue Recluse
A Question of Pragmatism, Finale
Acceptance, Page 1
Acceptance, Page 2
Well, It's True!
Shattershore, Page 1
Shattershore, Page 2
Shattershore, Page 3
Shattershore, Page 4
Shattershore, Page 5
Shattershore, Page 6
Shattershore, Page 7
Shattershore, Page 8
Shattershore, Page 9
Shattershore, Page 10
Shattershore, Page 11
Shattershore, Page 12
Christmas Special Featuring Trigonometry
It All Started With The Moon
2014, A Year In Review, Page 1
Fair Is Fair
2014, A Year In Review, Page 2
2014, A Year In Review, Page 3
2014, A Year In Review, Page 4
Forbidra's Quiet Evening
2014, A Year In Review, Page 5
Advice From Unexpected Places
Bama the Hammer
Weather Report, Page 1
Weather Report, Page 2
Weather Report, Page 3
The Stupid Mysterious Ways of Archmages
What Have You Given?
Should Have Read The Small Print
Stormwind University Live, pg.1
Stormwind University Live, pg.2
Stormwind University Live, pg.3
Save My Place
Load My Place
8th Sep 2014, 5:18 AM
I was very lucky.
If I had fallen differently onto the glass table top, this story would have had a tragic (and very final) ending. Believe me, I am counting my blessings. This was no minor accident.
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8th Sep 2014, 7:29 AM
Sounds like a horrible accident! :-( Glad to hear it was not as bad as it could have been. I wish you a speedy recovery.
And many cheers for Rug :-)
8th Sep 2014, 8:09 AM
Yes you were very lucky, and remember this please, you have touched a lot of lives. Folks you don't even know have their days brightened because of you. I, for one, look forward to your comics for they make me smile. Thus, my day, week, is better.
Besides, Rug may be looking at it as an excuse to go out and buy a new coffee table. No glass this time please Rug?
8th Sep 2014, 8:39 AM
I'm sharing this link with everyone. It helps me out and I hope, it helps others out too.
8th Sep 2014, 11:01 AM
I have tears in my eyes, Mags.
Being so sore and tired all the time, I start to feel my comics are worthless and I should give it all up.
Thank you for reminding me you enjoy and look forward to my little stories and thank you for that link.
The Spoon Theory explains exactly how I feel these days.
As an aside, Rug and I already talking about a new table top. My mom jokingly recommends I get one with foam rubber padding.
8th Sep 2014, 12:14 PM
When... how did i miss this? I had no idea!
I'm glad you're ok, though!
Well.... mostly ok.
8th Sep 2014, 2:54 PM
I'm your new biggest fan, and thanks to Mags for telling me about this. I can write, but to be able to write and draw, your awesome.
8th Sep 2014, 5:23 PM
Table tops are not important. Heck I eat most of my meals at the computer. People are important. YOURE important. Follow your treatment plan and remember nothing can stop a Gnome that never gives up!
9th Sep 2014, 12:11 AM
Please, Trig, your comics are not "little stories". I don't regularly read comics, but I am always awaiting the next episode of your stories. They mean very much to me.
As for the spoon theory, it is quite useful as an explanatory device. I have ME/CFS and it is rather disabling. I do not have the terrible pains you have described.
We with ME use pacing to handle our lives. Which in a sense is what the spoon theory is about.
To create something that others enjoy is a blessing for both the creator and the reader. But as much as we love your comics, do not pressure yourself when you have a bad day. That's what pacing is all about.
9th Sep 2014, 3:32 PM
See Trig (Bret), you have touched more people that you realize. You are an important person in our lives. In a way, you have created an outlet for many of us to escape our RL issues; for that, I am personally thankful. Your story telling is excellent, your drawings superb. And I agree with others, don't push yourself. You need to enjoy doing this as much as we enjoy reading it. Your 'little stories' are needed because there are those of us who do not have the imagination that you do.
Finding a few seconds of escapism is important, your stories do this well. You have a gift, a gift that is greatly needed.
17th Sep 2014, 11:31 AM
Really enjoy your comics and the escapism
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